Because of the changes in dietary and lifestyle patterns, chronic diseases including obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, stroke and some type of cancer, are becoming increasingly significant causes of disability and premature death. Nutrition is the best modifiable determinant of those pathologies, with scientific evidence supporting the view that alterations in diet have strong effects, both positive and negative on health throughout life.
If you have a chronic condition, I am dedicated to carefully plan a diet that will improve your health, or in many cases reduce the symptoms. Even if you don’t have any pathologic conditions, or if you are at risk of developing a non-communicable disease, it is definitely important to follow a healthy diet, which will reduce the chances of being diagnosed in the future.
Thus, if you have a food allergy or intolerance, a registered nutritionist and dietitian can help you understand which foods are safe to eat and how to avoid those that may cause a reaction. When some types of food are missing in your diet, you may be short yourself on important vitamins and minerals. I can help ensure you get the nutrition you need for your health and lifestyle.